Clubs’ needs not being met by DUCAC, claims Coyle

The DU Archery Club captain believes that more needs to be done for smaller clubs in Trinity

The captain of Dublin University Archery Club has claimed that “smaller [sports] clubs are treated unfairly” by Dublin University Central Athletics Club (DUCAC). Diego Coyle has told Trinity News that based on his experience, he “[doesn’t] feel that [their] needs


Back-to-back wins for solid DUFC side

Trinity managed to control sloppy Terenure College, but failed to snatch vital bonus point

Terenure College 8

Dublin University FC (DUFC) earned their first away win of the season in All-Ireland League Division 1A with a 25-8 victory away to Terenure College on Friday night. Tries from Arthur Greene, Max Kearney and …


The tricks and treats of sport

A look at both the mischief and special moments in sports history

The world of sport is often seen by outsiders as one in which everyone is serious and focused. With a massive emphasis on professionalism and treating each game or event as a final, it would appear, at least initially, that …


DUUFC aims to preserve the principles of the sport

Men’s captain Paul McDonough describes the club’s core values of fun, fair play and acceptance

Ultimate frisbee is trying to fill a quirky gap in the sporting market, attempting to shed its image as an activity solely for slackers and those with limited athletic ability. Instead, there has been a concentrated effort to establish Ultimate’s …


Incumbents ousted during DUCAC AGM elections

DUCAC treasurer Brian Ó Ruairc lost to former DUBC member John Bolton by 165 votes to 32

Incumbent Dublin University Central Athletic Committee (DUCAC) Treasurer, Brian O’Ruairc, lost his re-election bid at last night’s AGM. O’Ruairc’s competitor, John Bolton, a former member of DU Boat Club (DUBC), won the election by 165 votes to 32. The outgoing

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